The Cooperative Computing Lab

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About the CCL

We design software that enables our collaborators to easily harness large scale distributed systems such as clusters, clouds, and grids. We perform fundamental computer science research in that enables new discoveries through computing in fields such as physics, chemistry, bioinformatics, biometrics, and data mining.

CCL News and Blog

(16-Jul-2015)Haipeng Cai Defends Ph.D.
(16-Jul-2015)CCTools 5.1.0 released
(07-Jul-2015)CCTools 5.0.0 released
(01-Jul-2015)Preservation Framework for Computational Reproducibility at ICCS 2015
(19-Jun-2015)Umbrella and Containers at VTDC 2015
(27-May-2015)Lobster Talk at Condor Week 2015
(19-May-2015)Parrot and Lobster at CHEP 2015
(04-May-2015)Peter Sempolinski Defends Ph.D.

Community Highlight

The Applied Cyber Infrastructure Concepts course at the University of Arizona makes use of the Cooperative Computing Tools to teach principles of large scale distributed computing. The project-based course introduced fundamental concepts and tools for analyzing large datasets on national computing resources and commercial cloud providers. For the final project, students developed an appliance for annotating multiple rice genomes using MAKER software, distributed across Amazon and FutureGrid resources via the Work Queue framework. They also developed a web application to visualize the performance and utilization of each cloud appliance in real-time, overall progress of the rice annotation process, and integrated the final results into a genome browser.

- Nirav Merchant and Eric Lyons, University of Arizona